Back from the bone yard

The last North American Aviation, F-100 Super Sabre housed at the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group, or “boneyard”, was painted and restored at the Air National Guard paint facility in Sioux City, Iowa. The F-100 was flown by the Iowa National Guard’s 174th TFG in Sioux City during the 1960’s and 70’s and will be placed on permanent static display at the National Guard Bureau at Andrews Air Force base in Maryland. Air National Guard Photo by: Master Sgt. Vincent De Groot 185 ARW /PA

PHOTO BY: Vincent De Groot
VIRIN: 151110-Z-KZ880-017.JPG
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